Requirements for Dual Major in Computer Science and Accounting

With the increased use of computers in accounting, this major is designed for students who have strength in computer science and interest in the application to accounting.
 
Bachelor of Arts Degree:
CPSC 151 - Computer Science I
CPSC 152 - Computer Science II
CPSC 205 - Web Design
CPSC 210 - Discrete Mathematics
CPSC 275 - Data Structures and Algorithms
CPSC 277 - Computer Ethics
CPSC 373 - Writing for Mathematics and Computer Science
CPSC 380 - Data Base Design
CPSC 477 - Seminar in Mathematics and Computer Science
MATH 201 - Calculus I
MATH 281 - Statistical Methods I
MATH 282 - Statistical Methods II
ACCT 202 - Financial Accounting
ACCT 203 - Managerial Accounting
ACCT 222 - Research Methods in Accounting
ACCT 313 - Intermediate Accounting I
ACCT 314 - Intermediate Accounting II
ACCT 332 - Business Law I
ACCT 350 - Income Tax Accounting
ACCT 361 - Financial Auditing I
ACCT 425 - Cost Accumulation and Control
ACCT 435 - Advanced Accounting
ACCT 480 - Introduction to Peachtree Accounting
ECON 163 - Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 312 - Principles of Finance
and a three-credit senior project.
 
Strongly recommended
are ACCT 482; CPSC 320; MATH 106, 202, 354; ECON 162.